New Zealand Printer is hosting its first ever Power 50 event tomorrow, announcing what have been voted to be the most innovative and influential printers in the industry this year.
Bruce Craig, editor at New Zealand Printer says, “Our local print industry has excellent leaders: people who push themselves and move their companies forward; people with the courage to make difficult and, at times, unpopular decisions; people who refuse to accept standing still as an option.
“Working in a dynamic industry, and a rapidly moving business environment, our print leaders face challenges and create opportunities that move print in the right direction.
“The New Zealand Power 50 aims to recognise those people, in the best way possible, through their peers casting their votes to acknowledge their achievements.
“Well established in the UK and Australia, the Power 50 operates as a means for the industry to recognise and applaud its top print people. New Zealand Printer takes some pride in bringing bring Power 50 to New Zealand, and we know the print community will also appreciate its arrival.”
The event takes place tomorrow, December 7 at the Maritime Museum in Auckland. It is sponsored by Canon, Konica Minolta and Ricoh.